Harrison's Top 10 Stories Of 2012

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There were many Harrison news stories in 2012. Photo Credit: Patrick Stapleton

HARRISON, N.Y. – Harrison had an eventful 2012 in which Hurricane Sandy struck, an airline left the Westchester County Airport and a robber wreaked havoc.

Here are links to The Harrison Daily Voice's countdown of the Top 10 stories of 2012.

Dec 26: Westchester County Budget Controversy and Ron Belmont  Becomes New Mayor.

Dec. 27: Increased Bridge Strikes On Westchester Parkways and Harrison Police Shoot Burglary Suspect.

Dec. 28: AirTran Departs County Airport, Geese Strike JetBlue and Harrison Teens Charged In Beating.

Dec. 29: The Capitol Theatre Reopens In Port Chester and Harrison Plans 3 Dams To Fix Flooding.

Dec. 30: Man Charged In Robberies Near Trains and Hurricane Sandy Thrashes Harrison.

What was the biggest story of the year in Harrison? Let us know below with a comment.

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